After winning the Darts Championship at Vienna last weekend mensur Suljovic is dreaming.

Suljovic became the first player to win a PDC title on home turf on Sunday.
‚The balmy‘ had won only four of his past 17 meetings against the Dutchman, but claim his first position title of 2019 and he also registered his first victory over MVG in a final to scoop the 25,000 top prize.
Suljovic becomes only the sixth player to have won even or three European Tour titles along with Darts winner’s Champions League insisted that it had been the biggest win of his lifetime.
„It’s the very first time that I’ve ever won a game on stage in Vienna and I won the occasion – it’s absolutely amazing,“ said Suljovic.
„Michael is the No 1, however in the four-week holiday I’ve practised daily and I was hungry. To win a European Tour event in my town is astonishing, my biggest win.“
Even though the world No 9 has his sights set on the World Championship later this season him moves into the cusp of reclaiming a spot in the world’s top eight.
The 47-year-old hasn’t gone beyond the third round in 11 previous Alexandra Palace looks, but he thinks he can contend for the biggest honour on earth darts after his latest triumph.
„That is absolutely the biggest moment in my career, I’m very happy,“ explained Suljovic.
„Following this triumph is the first time I have thought maybe I might be a world champion.
„There was pressure to perform well in Vienna in the front of the very best audience in the world.
„They handed me a push every moment. After I had been 6-3 down at the final, the crowd pushed me to return and win the match.“
But his key assignment is following month’s World Grand Prix, where he’s attained three semi-finals from the previous four years, as he attributes in the weekend’s European Darts Matchplay at Mannheim suljovic will plan to make it Tour names.
It is not long to wait patiently till darts goes back to Sky Sports, the World Grand Prix gets underway on Sunday, October 6 in Dublin’s Citywest Arena and seven times of policy continues until the closing on Saturday.

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